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Big Food's VC-style funds: the investments so far

Kraft Heinz is the latest food major to have used its in-house venture-capital unit to invest in an up-and-coming firm in a niche area....

Argentina's economic plan and the impact on food

just-food's Latin America correspondent Paula Krizanovic analyses how Argentina's recent packaged of emergency economic measures could impac...

Why big questions remain over Nestle plastics push

David Burrows offers qualified praise for Nestle on recycled plastics and argues major questions persist about whether the company - and ind...

Brexit - should UK change approach to novel foods?

Ben Cooper reports from an industry event in London to weigh up whether the UK should change its stance on novel foods once the country leav...

Latest Interviews

"It’s too bad we have to go through pain to see the truth" – TerraCycle CEO Tom Szaky on why we need to cut waste 13 Feb 2020

Thomas Parker

TerraCycle has grown to become one of the most well-known names in recycling. We speak to CEO Tom Szaky on how he's reshaping the way consumers use and dispose of packaging.


"It's important we're brave and focus on tailwinds" – Unilever’s food chief Hanneke Faber, the just-food interview 17 Dec 2019

Dean Best

Unilever's food operations, though global and with some strong brands, is a low-growth business – but that doesn't stop the FMCG giant believing it can improve its performance.

Latest News

General Mills Haagen-Dazs ice-creak shops in China hit by coronavirus 19 Feb 20

Simon Harvey

US food major General Mills risks seeing its sales decline in Greater China after reporting the potential impact from the coronavirus outbreak.


FDF voices concern over new UK immigration rules for low-skilled workers 19 Feb 20

Andy Coyne

The UK's Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has responded after the country's government announced plans for a new points-based immigration system, which bars non-skilled workers.


UK food industry "remains troubled" - FDF survey 19 Feb 20

Andy Coyne

A survey from the UK's Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has revealed areas of concern among manufacturers but also highlighted opportunities.


Brexit talks - UK retail body BRC warns of higher costs, reduced availability 17 Feb 20

Andy Coyne

The body representing UK retailers has issued a warning to the country's government over the forthcoming post-Brexit trade talks with the EU.


Indofood mulls move for noodle production partner Pinehill 14 Feb 20

Dean Best

Noodle giant Indofood is considering a move to buy one of its manufacturing partners, a business that produces for the Indonesian giant across a number of markets.


South Africa's Tiger Brands predicts profit slump on back of multiple issues 13 Feb 20

Andy Coyne

Tiger Brands, the South Africa-based food group, has issued new guidance on its half-year earnings expectations as it deals with multiple issues.



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